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Along with the Fort St. John Inconnu swim club were the Grande Prairie Piranhas, Peace River Wahoos Swim Club, and Chetwynd Electric Eels.

Swimmers were in eight different categories for the swim meet. Below are the top finishers from the Inconnu Swim Club and the point break down for the individual clubs.

Girls 10 and under: 3rd – Jordyn Forster 137 pts., 4th – Hannah Morrow  131 pts., 5th – Brooklyn Brown 112 pts.

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Boys 10 and under: 2nd – Ty Haugan 137 pts., 3rd – Owen Lang 131 pts., 6th – Jordy Weber 100 pts.

Girls 11-12: 1st – Jamie Jodoin 146 pts., 2nd – Jayden Forster 143 pts., 3rd – Sydney Fitzpatrick 135 pts.

Boys 11-12: 1st – David Shipalesky 150 pts., 3rd – Eric Louie 133 pts., 6th – Dylan Fitzpatrick 106 pts.

Girls 13-14: 2nd – Emily Shaw 131 pts., 3rd – Allison Ostle 127 pts., 4th – Alyssa Webster 121 pts.

Boys 13-14: 2nd – Blake Alberding-Berge 134 pts., 5th Luke Weber 101 pts., 7th Makenzie Ternier-Smith 54 pts.

Girls 15 and over: 1st – Jenna Alberding-Berge 133 pts., 2nd – Kelsey Ginter 40 pts., 3rd- Kellee Lekavy 40 pts.

Boys 15 and over: 3rd – Steven Sadownik 40 pts., 4th – Benjamin Blackmon 40 pts., 5th – Luke Montgomery 37 pts.


Overall Club Standings: 1st – Inonnu Swim Club 4,817 pts., 2nd – Grande Prairie Piranhas  1,419 pts., 3rd – Peace River Wahoos Swim Club 797 pts., 4th Chetwynd Electric Eels 779 pts.

Inconnu swim club members will now enjoy the holiday season before they resume activities again in the new year.



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